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Secular Homeschool Rising: 5 More Homeschooling Truths

I recently read an article entitled “Homeschooling on the rise as concerns about public schools grow” by Diana Alvear of FOX 46 Charlotte posted on February 9, 2019. Major news station aside, plenty of truth can be found here. To supplement my previous post, 5 Homeschooling Tips: Truths from My Homeschooling Journey, here are five more truths relating to secular homeschooling.

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Infographic: What Giftedness Really Looks Like

In a previous post, I shared a few of my experiences with others and my twice-exceptional son. I got a request to expand on that topic by pointing out a few learning disabilities that can mask giftedness. Before I do that though, I thought it best to list some of the behaviors and characteristics you may notice in your gifted child so you can have a starting point of reference. Continue reading Infographic: What Giftedness Really Looks Like

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5 Homeschooling Tips: Truths from My Homeschooling Journey

(Previously titled “Homeschool Truths,” reposted from my personal blog.)

Whoever said homeschooling is a journey hit the nail on the head. Going into it, I hadn’t a clue what I was doing or what it was really like. Sure, I’d researched the logistics, chosen my curriculum, read all the blogs, and talked to several people. But not even my thorough investigation into the homeschooling life could have prepared me for the truth of what lie ahead.

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